Monday, September 21, 2020
Charlotte Gray Announced as Finalist in 2020 Ottawa Book Awards
The History Department would like to congratulate Adjunct Research Professor Charlotte Gray for being named one of the finalists in this year's non-fiction category of the 2020 Ottawa Book Awards. A short excerpt can be found below with the full article, "Finalists announced for 2020 Ottawa Book Awards" by Lynn Saxberg of the Ottawa...
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Ian Wereley is New Executive Director of CASG
The following text is from the announcement put out by the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CASG). The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ian Wereley as Executive Director of the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies. He takes over the position recently vacated by Sally Rutherford, who retired at...
Friday, September 11, 2020
Jennifer Evans Named as Recipient of SSRC Social Data Research and Dissertation Fellowships
Professor Jennifer Evans has just been named as one of the recipients of the Social Data Research and Dissertation Fellowship program for her project entitled "Historical Analogy, Covid-19, and the 2020 US Election: How Historical Misinformation Undermines Democratic Institutions". Project Abstract Understanding how history is used and abused is...
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Laura Madokoro Named to the RSC College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
The History Department is proud to announce that Professor Laura Madokoro has just been named to the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. A short excerpt of the announcement is posted below with the full article, "Two Carleton University Researchers Named to the RSC College of New Scholars, Artists...
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
History Alumni Publish New Books
The History Department is pleased to announce that two of our recent graduate students have completed books for publication. Dr. Melissa Armstrong graduated from Carleton with a PhD in history in 2017. She has just recently published a historical monograph called An Ambulance on Safari: The ANC and the Making of a Health Department...
Shannon Lecture #2: The Postwar Human Rights Movement in Quebec and Catholic Workers: Between Universality and Identity with Dr. Paul-Étienne Rainville of the University of Toronto
12:00 PM — 1:00 PM
Shannon Lecture #3: On the Cutting Edge: Disabled Canadians and Rights Acquisition with Dr. Nancy Hansen of the University of Manitoba
11:30 AM — 12:30 PM
Shannon Lecture #4: Histories of the Rights to Privacy and the Challenges of Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Teresa Scassa of the University of Ottawa
12:00 PM — 1:00 PM